Politics Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Jul 15, 1894.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, July 15, 1894

HISTORY OF THE STRIKE.The Trouble Began on May 5, When the A. R. U. Advocated Extreme Measures if Wages Were Not Increased.A little more than a year ago many of the Pullman men joined the order called the American Railway Union. That order promised the people that If they joined it strikes would be abolished, and the relations between capital and labor would be greatly Improved. Everything seemed to go on smoothly until the hard times came on. As times grew harder, the man-